On Saturday, May 30, Family & Children’s Agency (FCA) will host its annual benefit, and organizers–including Wilton resident Lisa Lillie, (pictured left, above) an FCA board member who will co-chair–say the event has been revamped and reinvented from past years in many ways.

The event will be held at a chic new venue, the Loading Dock in Stamford, and will include inventive cuisine and entertainment by a Broadway star. The evening, which will encompass dinner, dancing and auctions, will highlight how FCA builds better lives for more than 11,000 individuals throughout Fairfield County and beyond.

“The RE-IMAGINE benefit is the Agency’s largest annual fundraiser, with 90 cents of every dollar raised going directly to our programs and services,” said Robert F. Cashel, president & CEO of FCA. “In addition to being a fundraiser, the benefit brings together friends of the Agency for a fun evening to celebrate the past year’s accomplishments. This year, RE-IMAGINE2015 will provide a compelling program allowing guests to leave with a deeper understanding of the work FCA does.”

In addition to Wilton’s Lillie, the event’s other co-chairs are fellow FCA board members Jill Dimitrief and Sharon Sullivan, both of Westport. The event will bring together hundreds of individuals from communities throughout Fairfield County. Guests can look forward to exciting auctions, engaging entertainment and wonderful culinary creations by renowned chef Abigail Kirsch.

FCA is currently seeking businesses and individuals who may be interested in becoming sponsors for RE-IMAGINE2015. If interested, please contact Janina Serrao, director of development, at 203.855.8765 or via email . For more information on sponsorship opportunities, tickets and auction items, please visit the FCA website.